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The Ten Leopards

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The Ten Leopards

Everyone knows that there is nothing a leopard loves more than his spots. But what happens when he sneezes them all off? Told in sweet, rhyming verse, this imaginative retelling of the healing of the ten lepers puts a fresh spin on a Bible favorite.

The Rich Camel

Available now for pre-order

Scheduled for Publication in 2023.

Camelot is a Camel with quite a ‘flair for fashion,’ and he loves his fancy clothes. But when Jesus challenges him to give them up in order to follow him, can he do it? He loves Jesus and wants to go, but “who will I be without them?” he wonders. This fun and imaginative retelling of “The Rich Young Man” puts a fresh spin on the bible favorite.

Author Nina Harris

Nina Harris grew up in scenic Idaho, where she often explored the mountains and forests near her home. She began writing poems and stories when she was very young. She has often found inspiration in the wonders of nature She has had a few poems published and her first Children's Book, "The Ten Leopards," was published in 2019. This fun rhyming story is a retelling of the story of 'The Ten Lepers' from the bible---but with leopards!

 

With eight children of her own, Nina stays in tune with the fun and wonder of childhood. She loves spending time with her kids and also leads church youth activities.  Her creativity is a big help when it comes to kid's activities. She has done everything from teaching sewing and cooking classes to painting her son's bedroom to look like the ocean.

 

Nina and her family still live in Idaho.

 

 

 

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              Autumn River

 

The drying grasses crackle--

     And rustle in the breeze;

And the ground is soft and muddy

     So cold, it's like to freeze.

The leaves are gold and ruddy--

     On the farthest apple trees

And the river flows on by me

     With silver ripples, wound in wreaths.

From my perch along the river bank

     Beneath the willow tree

I listen to the river and the wind

     I take an hour to just--be.

 

                                 by Nina D. Harris